Todd Wolfe presents an in depth and historic account of the mansion that he has owned since 1997. Built by Tony Andrews in 1922, the home became a sanitarium after his death, plagued with reports of abuse and neglect. During its final years, the world has come to know this location as one of the most haunted in the United States. Demolished by the city in 2014, the complete history, along with accounts from those that knew the place best, is presented in this new documentary.
From 2009, an interview with Todd Wolfe, Terry Campbell, and Scott Gruenwald.
Fun moments from the Wolfe Manor Show
Created by Tim Wood in late 2007, LiveSciFi was the first live streaming paranormal show ever attempted on the internet and it achieved a cult-like status among loyal followers. In October of 2007, they broadcast live from Wolfe Manor, giving the mansion its first taste of national attention. LiveScifi would go on to webcast from haunted locations around the country.
The national television debut of Wolfe Manor happened on SciFi Channel's Ghost Hunters. Todd Wolfe and Terry Campbell were interviewed for the program. A voice was captured in the basement saying "I like the one in the hat". TAPS West Coast members Britt Griffith and Amy Bruni were regular investigators at Wolfe Manor leading up to the show. Both Griffith and Bruni would join the show afterward.
History Channel's show MysteryQuest featured the Wolfe Manor in an episode that also featured the notorious Amityville house. The similarities to the hauntings in both locations were the main topic. This show was a more scientific breakdown of the hauntings.
Travel Channel's show Ghost Adventures was filmed at Wolfe Manor, offering the aggressive investigating tactics they were known for. Todd Wolfe, Terry Campbell, Scott Gruenwald, and Donna Raymond were interviewed. A special camera, provided by Andy Coppock, was able to detect spirit energy in the basement.
A&E Network's show My Ghost Story has Todd Wolfe telling the story of the mansion. The episode featured six ghost stories.
Travel Channel's The Dead Files was the last television show to film at the mansion. The show has a former police detective and psychic medium performing separate investigations. Psychic Amy Allan believed dark entities were present and they were unhappy with Todd Wolfe's exploitation.
A revelation that changes our knowledge of the Wolfe Manor site in Clovis, CA
From the Clovis Wolfe Manor Internet Series, the complete collection of EVPs from the haunted mansion in Clovis,CA
From the local TV series "The Haunted Wolfe Manor Hotel" the history of this family home turned sanitarium is revealed.
From the local TV series "The Haunted Wolfe Manor Hotel" the mystery of Mary's Room is revealed.
A scene from the Haunted Wolfe Manor Live season premiere aired on
Sept 19, 2009
From the Haunted Wolfe Manor Live. A scene featuring auto-writer Dave Davey on the gurney channeling the spirits and revealing secrets of what occured years ago on the property.
From the Haunted Wolfe Manor Live, Scott Gruenwald decides to climb into the attic (5th Level) of the Wolfe Manor. He didn't realize that his camera captured an amazing EVP
Scott, Terry, and Todd decide to go inside the crawlspace together for the first time.
From The Haunted Wolfe Manor Live, an experiment using static cameras and 2-way radios results in poltergeist activity caught on camera.
Some new visitors explore the Wolfe Manor.
Inspired by the LiveScifi webcast a couple of months earlier, in January of 2008, Scott Gruenwald began a weekly live webcast from the Wolfe Manor with co-hosts Todd Wolfe, Terry Campbell, and Jen Dooms. Behind the scenes were crew members Brandon Smelser, Sean Hesse, and Aaron Lipinski.
Every Saturday evening in 2008 and 2009, this show featured paranormal investigations and discussions on the history of Wolfe Manor. All viewers were able to interact with the crew through chat.
The weekly live webcast opened with this video featuring the crew in the first half. The 2nd half of the video features the police response audio to the infamous 911 call that originated from the mansion.
Viewers were able to watch the live show from Wolfe Manor on the USTREAM channel shown above. The channel was so popular, that in the Fall of 2008, it was featured on USTREAM's home page. At the time, this was one of only a couple of live online paranormal-themed broadcasts on the internet.
This 2009 show intro was the first edit by producer Jesus Martinez, who would later become the founder of TruRealm Media.
The pilot episode of the local TV series based on the haunted sanitarium in Clovis, CA. Originally aired on January 31, 2010, on KAIL-TV Fresno.
The second episode of the local TV series originally aired on May 16, 2010 on KAIL-TV Fresno.
Filmed in 2011, this is the only episode of the Wolfe Manor internet series that was filmed and webcast in high definition. This has not been seen since that original webcast.